Étiqueté : XVe siècle

Colloque : « Giusto di Gand Reconsidered », Rome/Urbino/en ligne, 13-16 mai 2024

On the occasion of the 550th anniversary of the Communion of the Apostles (Urbino, Palazzo Ducale), scholars from all over the world will convene in Rome and Urbino to reconsider the oeuvre attributed to its enigmatic Flemish painter, recorded as Giusto di Gand in Urbino and likely synonymous with the Ghent painter Joos van Wassenhove. Over the course of history the number of paintings attributed to this master has grown, to include works such as...

Appel à contribution : « The Image of the Stigmata », Falconara Marittima, Biblioteca francescana picena, 21-23 novembre 2024, date limite le 4 mai 2024

The Image of the Stigmata. Incarnation and representation of faith in figurative and textual culture. 21-23 November 2024, Biblioteca Francescana Picena “San Giacomo della Marca”, Falconara Marittima, AN. Curated by di Monica Bocchetta, Caterina Paparello, Lorenzo Turchi In the context of the VIII centenary of Saint Francis’s Stigmata a conference is promoted looking into the theme of the narration of stigmata in art and in written tradition, according to the advanced study of Chiara Frugoni...

Conférences : « Albrecht Dürer’s material world », Manchester, University of Manchester, 15-29 février 2024

To celebrate the final weeks of the Whitworth’s landmark exhibition Albrecht Dürer’s Material World, please join us in February for a series of talks, supported by The John Rylands Library and Research Institute, The University of Manchester. Albrecht Dürer’s Conceptions of Measurement Professor Jeanne Nuechterlein (York University) Thursday, 15 February 2024, 5.15pm, Mansfield Cooper Building G.22 Register here: https://shorturl.at/dmtST Dürer and the Making of Modernism Professor Ulinka Rublack (Cambridge University) Thursday, 22 February 2024, 5.15pm,...

Journée d’étude : « La sculpture bourguignonne du XVe siècle », Dijon, Salle de l’Académie des sciences, arts et belles-lettres, 11-13 décembre 2023

Dans un paysage scientifique qui a été profondément renouvelé depuis vingt ans, ce colloque souhaite rouvrir la discussion sur la sculpture en Bourgogne au XVe siècle, qui occupe une place cruciale dans l’histoire et l’historiographie de l’Europe du temps, en prenant en compte de multiples aspects : celui ses enjeux historiographiques pour l’histoire de la discipline ; la manière dont découvertes et travaux récents ont dernièrement contribué à reconfigurer les récits anciens ; les questions méthodologiques soulevées par...

Journées d’étude : « Court Culture Exchanges », Madrid et en ligne, Aranjuez, 25-27 octobre 2023

Cultural exchanges between the courts of the Iberian Peninsula and the Habsburg Netherlands (fifteenth – sixteenth Centuries). During the fifteenth century, the Dukes of Burgundy maintained numerous ties and staged frequent encounters with representatives of the Hispanic kingdoms across a range of cultural and political contexts. As a result a reciprocal cultural bond evolved between the court cultures of these two geographical areas. This initial phase of contact was enabled by the rise to power of Mary...

Exposition : « The Lost Mirror. The image of Jews and Judaism in the Middle Ages », Madrid, Museo Nacional del Prado, 10 octobre 2023-14 janvier 2024 

Spanish art of the Late Middle Ages (13th to 15th centuries) was the setting for a complex and multi-faceted construction of the image of Jewish people. Figurative strategies went far beyond mere stigmatisation or demonisation and also gave rise to positive images that reveal co-existence and cultural exchange. Rather than focusing on issues common to the rest of Europe, this exhibition is notable for presenting a series of works and pictorial programmes that are absolutely...

Parution : Philippe George, « Art et histoire au temps de Charles le Téméraire. “L’ymage d’or” du duc de Bourgogne à Liège (1467-1471) », Turnhout, Brepols, 2022

Le reliquaire de Charles le Téméraire est une œuvre d’art majeure du patrimoine artistique international et l’un des fleurons du Trésor rénové de la Cathédrale de Liège. La multiplicité des questions que suscite ce groupe orfévré, dans un dossier interdisciplinaire très complexe, contribue à l’engouement sans cesse croissant d’un large public pour le « siècle de Bourgogne ». L’ouvrage se veut novateur dans la problématique et apporte de nouvelles hypotheses; il ouvre aussi un vaste regard...

Appel à contribution : « Cultural Crossroads. Artistic Encounters between the Low Countries and Spain, 15th-17th Centuries. Flemish Paintings in Spain », Bruxelles, Fondation Périer-D’Ieteren, 24 novembre 2023, date limite le 30 juillet 2023

The Instituto Moll and the Fondation Périer-D’Ieteren have organized an Study Day focused on Flemish Painting from the 15th to the 17th century, which is being preserved in Spain, and it will be held in the above mentioned foundation, in Brussels, on 24 November 2023. To participate in this study day, please send a provisional title, a short abstract of your paper (300 words) and a CV by 30 July 2023 to: Ana Diéguez Rodriguez (congreso@institutomoll.es)...

Journées d’étude : « Hugo van der Goes », Berlin, Gemäldegalerie, 14-15 juillet 2023

Hugo van der Goes (c. 1440-1482/83) was one of the most important European painters of the early modern period. His monumental, emotionally expressive, yet also intimate depictions are among the highlights of their respective collections. Yet unlike most other great artists of his era, no mnographic exhibition has ever been dedicated to this Flemish master. The Berlin Gemäldegalerie has now brought together the majority of his surviving works for the first time. To mark the...

Appel à contribution : « The Bellini of Renaissance Venice / Renaissance Society of America », Chicago, Palmer House Hilton, 21-23 mars 2024, date limite le 1er août 2023

This session will present the latest research on the Bellini family of artists (Jacopo, Giovanni, Gentile, and Leonardo). Topics may include, but are not limited to: Questions of biography, chronology, attribution, and historiography Their responses to ancient, humanist, and clerical texts Pictorial techniques; workshop practices; recent conservation and new technical studies Responses to the North, the Mediterranean, and the East Artistic receptivity to the artistic, intellectual, and social world of Venice and the terra firma...

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